Research Says $1.5 Trillion Could be Saved with Efficient Usage of Space

Research Says $1.5 Trillion Could be Saved with Efficient Usage of Space

  Philips Lighting has released research saying businesses around the world could realize savings of up to USD 1.5 trillion in reduced rental costs alone if their office buildings were refurbished to the most efficient standards of today. The report, published in conjunction with World … Read more…

Marty Sedler, Director, Global Utilities and Infrastructure, Sr. PE  – Intel Corporation

Marty Sedler, Director, Global Utilities and Infrastructure, Sr. PE – Intel Corporation

“…The generation source is very dirty coal and the back-up generation is diesel. The reliability is poor and the environmental impact is severe, while the electricity grid rates are fairly high. We identified a solution using on-site fuel cells that would make incredible improvement in all deficient areas. Although there was no presence of

As Demand for ‘Thermal Comfort’ Grows, So Does Urgent Need for Energy Efficient Materials & Solutions

As Demand for ‘Thermal Comfort’ Grows, So Does Urgent Need for Energy Efficient Materials & Solutions

Technologies that improve energy efficiency – such as improvements in building envelope, controls, HVAC, insulation materials and products, window and solar transmittance controls, among others – will need to be overwhelmingly adopted to meet demand as

4 Peak Demand Reduction Strategies

4 Peak Demand Reduction Strategies

Due to the complexity of energy pricing, two identical buildings can consume the same amount of energy and have profoundly different utility bills. Demand charges are a reality for every building but with the right data it is possible to identify and solve the issues that cause

Energy Efficient Buildings are Less Likely to Default on Mortgages

Energy Efficient Buildings are Less Likely to Default on Mortgages

  A new study says energy efficient buildings are less likely to default on mortgages when compared to commercial buildings with higher energy consumption. The findings, released by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, are based on mortgage default rates and energy performance in six major cities … Read more…

Reno Goes the Route of Energy Efficiency

Reno Goes the Route of Energy Efficiency

  Reno, Nevada, launched a new program to energy and water efficiency in commercial, industrial and multi-family buildings. The program, “ReEnergzie Reno,” aims to improve efficiency 20% by 2025. And, according to kolotv.com, the City of Reno is inviting CEOs, higher education presidents, state and … Read more…

NRDC Report: 3 Strategies to Reduce Carbon Emissions 80% by 2050

NRDC Report: 3 Strategies to Reduce Carbon Emissions 80% by 2050

  According to the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), there are three strategies for reducing energy use in buildings that could help slash carbon emissions by 80% by 2050 from 1990 levels, an amount that scientists say is necessary to prevent the worst effects of … Read more…

Aaron Daly, Global Director of Energy Management – Whole Foods Market

Aaron Daly, Global Director of Energy Management – Whole Foods Market

“I think that the stresses on the corporate energy manager will increase over the coming years. As reliability and resilience become key corporate concerns, along with sustainability and climate policies, the role of the energy manager becomes

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